Radiology is one of the most sought after specialties in medicine and it is the first choice of many top-rankers in India for almost a decade. Radiology is a branch of medicine that uses imaging technology to diagnose and treat disease. Radiology may be divided into two different areas, diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology. Doctors who specialize in radiology are called radiologists. A radiologist must first graduate from an accredited medical school, earn an MD or DO degree, pass a licensing examination, perform a year of internship, and complete at least four years of graduate medical education (residency) in radiology. After residency, these doctors may choose a fellowship program and sub-specialize in one or more areas of radiology. Unlike few years back, when most radiologists used to work on all modalities and pursue general radiology, the current trend in India is to gain proficiency and experience in one or two subspecialties to excel in that particular field.
The radiology sector in India is expected to have tremendous growth in the near future. In recent years, awareness about radiology among patients has grown that drives its market growth. The market is expected to grow at a CARG of 8.7% from 2020 to 2027.
It is expected that the radiology sector will see significant growth in India by 2026, along with the ever-evolving medical field. Various government initiatives in the healthcare sector have fueled its growth. Besides, new technologies have been implemented in the industry, making it more advanced and reliable for various medical interventions. Radiologists are one of the best-paying specialists in India. A radiologist’s salary in India can be around ₹18, 04,850 per year. However, it may vary based on years of experience and location.
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